The International Monetary Fund has more than doubled its growth estimate for the Irish economy this year to 3.6pc, one of the strongest IMF forecasts of any country.
Colm Kelpie, Published: 07/10/2014 BUSINESS lobby group Ibec has almost doubled its growth forecast for this year to 6.1pc on the back of positive data across the economy. The group had originally forecast GDP growth of 3.1pc for 2014. It also hiked its projections for next year to 4.5pc from 3.9pc. It predicted exports will Read more about Economy to grow by more than 6pc this year, says Ibec (07/10/2014)[…]
The Daily Business Post, Published: 15/09/2014 Euro-zone gross domestic product is now expected to expand 0.8 per cent this year, down from 1.2 per cent in May, while the US will expand 2.1 per cent instead of 2.6 per cent, the Paris-based Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development said. “The bullishness of financial markets Read more about OECD trims developed world growth forecast as risks build (15/09/2014)[…]